190: How To Take Small Steps Toward A Huge Life with Diane Randall

Diane Randall is Dr. Brad Miller’s guest on Episode 190 of “The Beyond Adversity Podcast.”

Diane is Whole Living Consultant, Speaker, College Instructor and Author. She was initially an IT consultant, but she ended up towards as a wellness consultant due to the things that happened in her life. She is also the author of the book entitled Jumpstart Your Life: Find Your Motivation and Change Your Life One Step at a Time.

Diane Randall Consults aims to help people get a healthier lifestyle. It is something she personally experienced in which she learned a lot from. She also travels the world to offer her services to people such as: workshops, speaking, and 1-on-1 sessions with different professionals.

In this episode, Diane will be sharing her personal life experiences and how she overcome the tragic event that happened in her life.

At the age of 19, she lost her sister. She considers it as the most traumatic happening in her life, that experience shaped her to who she is today.

Episode 190 of The Beyond Adversity Podcast is a must listen podcast to people who is looking for lessons and inspirations to kickstart the changes in their life for a better future. 

“The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people “Grow Through What They Go Through” as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose. 

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189: How A Shift In Your Frame Of Mind Plus A Unique Form Of Journalling Can Heal Your Life with Kim Ades

Kim Ades is Dr. Brad Miller’s guest on Episode 189 of “The Beyond Adversity Podcast.”

Kim Ades is an Author, speaker, entrepreneur, and coach.

Kim Ades founded Mind CoachingTM and The Journal That Talks BackTM. Kim uses her unique philosophy and quirky coaching style to assist leaders in recognizing their blind spots and adjusting their thinking to get excellent results. She is a pioneer in the field of leadership coaching and thought mastery.

Kim has been published in Forbes and Inc., among other online media, and has spoken for various organizations, including Microsoft, HRPA, and SHRM.

She organizes a leadership training workshop every year to assist leaders in becoming better coaches. Kim has also taught HR and Training as an adjunct professor at Ryerson University and Centennial College.

Kim used to own a company called upward motion, which built simulations based on assessments to help people and businesses make better-recruiting decisions. Her ex-husband used to be her business partner, and despite their differing leadership styles, they got along pretty smoothly.

Things started to collide when she worked with her ex-husband. While everything else in their relationship was breaking apart, Kim found it difficult to work with her ex-husband. She then decided to buy him out of the company with a shotgun clause.

Kim’s ex-husband bought her out of the firm after refusing to accept the offer. She found herself without direction all of a sudden. She was a single parent with dependent children who had lost her business to her ex-husband, who had assisted her in growing it. Because some people associate their identity with the nature of their profession, she lost her sense of self.

Kim found solace in journaling, dealing with raging emotions, including divorce, the loss of her business, and the loss of her identity. After all, she saw the process as healing and recovering direction and concentration on what she wanted to achieve with her life. She was finally employed as a VP of Marketing for a company whose fundamental ideals include assisting people in living their best lives.

Kim was encouraged to pursue landmark education while working for a coaching firm. She found it fascinating because there were things she couldn’t express verbally or academically, but Kim understood from her soul, from her core, because it resonated with her since that’s how she functions and views the world in general. As a result, she founded her organization, where she focuses on assisting folks in living remarkable lives.

Kim Ades discusses the value of having a coach guiding and assisting you in moving from a dark period in your life to better days in this episode. She emphasizes the necessity of having a positive mindset and attitude to navigate life’s challenges successfully.

The Beyond Adversity Podcast Episode 189 is a must-listen for everyone struggling with life’s adversities, who feels lost, purposeless, and is slowly drifting away, losing themselves in the process. It tells you to have a positive conversation with yourself, always seek the bright side of life, and remember that these difficulties are just temporary.

“The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people “Grow Through What They Go Through” as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose. 

Websites: https://www.frameofmindcoaching.com/ 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/FOMInc/videos?app=desktop&view=0&sort=dd&shelf_id=0 

LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/kimades 

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188: After Cancer Creating Extraordinary Wellness And Joy With Dr. Shani Fox

Dr. Shani Fox is a Physician, coach, speaker, and cancer survivor expert.

Cancer survivors can regain control of their health and confidence by working with Dr. Shani Fox. She has helped many cancer patients and survivors overcome their fears of recurrence, rebuild relationships, and make the most of their lives after cancer.

Dr. Shani’s positive remarks on survivors’ inherent potential to achieve wellness and happiness make her a popular speaker and writer for cancer survivors. As well as co-authoring The Cancer Survivor’s Fear First Aid Kit, she has lectured at notable events such as the Annie Appleseed Conference, the Oncology Association of Naturopathic Professionals annual conference, and the Cancer Support Community. She now gladly accepts podcast invites to speak to cancer survivors, their loved ones, and those who serve them.

In her forties, Dr. Shani realized that she was sleepwalking. She was raised in a well-intentioned household. However, Dr. Shani felt like she were the family’s black sheep. She was well aware that she was living someone else’s life and that if this continued, she would be miserable.

Dr. Shani’s father served as an inspiration. She came close to losing him when he was 52 years old due to an accident, but he lived another 28 years. Within those 28 years, her father lived each day as if it were his last, leading an extraordinary life.

The book “Victor Frankel’s Man’s Search for Meaning” discusses the importance of making good decisions. The act of making a decision and committing to it is tremendously powerful because everything that follows is what is required to get there, and it helps to put things in perspective.

Dr. Shani was up close and personal with pancreatic cancer since her father died of the disease when she decided to become a doctor and experienced the loss of a loved one to the disease. Despite being diagnosed with the disease, she saw that her father fought it and refused to let it limit what he could accomplish, continuing to visit friends and family. It was an inspiration for Dr. Shani to watch.

In this episode, Dr. Shani discusses embracing new beliefs to begin a new chapter in your life. She emphasizes the need to surround oneself with people who value and trust your decisions to go through such a process and recognize that these decisions are crucial to discovering your true self and purpose.

Episode 188 of the Beyond Adversity Podcast is a must-listen for anyone who feels living a different life and feels lost in the process. It’s for people who are still searching for their true calling, the true meaning of their lives, and accepting that not everyone you know will take your new beliefs and changes, and it’s for those pivotal moments when you can see who genuinely and honestly supports your decision to grow and find inner peace.

“The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people “Grow Through What They Go Through” as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose.

Websites: https://drshanifox.com/ 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DrShaniFox 

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drshanifox 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/drshanifox 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cancersurvivordoc/ 

187: Coping With Chronic Pain with Help, Hope and Understanding with Barby Ingle

Barby Ingle is the President of the International Pain Foundation (iPain), an Amazon best-selling book, and a reality television personality who shares her riveting story of life-changing experiences that caused her to ponder and sprout her path from Wheels to Heals.

In her Book Wheels to Heals, Barby Ingle demonstrates that it is feasible to uncover therapy choices that can help pain patients with various chronic pain disorders and health issues regain their quality of life. This book is based on 20 years of research and navigating the healthcare system as a pain patient in quest of answers and the best path for them.

Barby knew she wanted to be a cheerleader since she was four years old. She has spent her entire life focusing all of her attention and energy on becoming one. Even though Barby had a learning problem, Barby did become a cheerleader teacher, which didn’t stop her from pursuing her dream of being a cheerleader. During her collegiate years, she became the head coach at Washington State University, where she constructed a squad that finished fifth nationally.

Barby’s life was turned upside down one day when she was involved in an eight-second vehicle accident that affected her physically, spiritually, emotionally, and financially. Her ten-year marriage went apart in every way; she couldn’t work or coach, and she lost her business and home in the process. She went from fancy flights and limousines to relying on food assistance. She was helpless and unsure of what she should do, and she had no idea what was wrong with her or that the physicians could do anything to help her. The event created a rare condition that doctors could not discover in time to provide adequate therapy.

Barby picked herself up and moved forward, taking modest steps like being organized and seeking God along the way. She was able to find hope, resilience, and patience due to divine intervention. Barby has experienced times when Barby has questioned and doubted her purpose in life, from being a workaholic to being in a wheelchair. She criticizes herself and questions her significance, believing that she had taken life for granted and had lost out on many possibilities until the catastrophe. She felt that God placed obstacles in her road to identify them and take appropriate action toward her life’s goal.

In this episode, Barby shared how a simple accident such as hers could alter your perspective in life. She talks about how one should find their purpose here on earth, and as long as you are here on this planet, you have the chance to be of service, find your purpose, and live your life for the greater good.

The Beyond Adversity Podcast Episode 187 is a must-listen for any spiritually-minded Christians who are struggling to understand their calling, who they are, and what God has called them to do on this globe. It’s a terrific reminder for everyone that if you incorporate God into your life and make him the focus of your life, everything else starts to make sense. You will feel as if you are not alone in your struggles and journey through life, but you will be directed to achieve your life’s mission. 

“The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people “Grow Through What They Go Through” as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose. 

Websites: https://barbyingle.com/ | https://www.amazon.com/Wheels-Heals-Chronic-Patients-Understanding-ebook/dp/B072Q2SJ3R 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/BarbyIngle LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/barbyingle 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/BarbyIngle 

186: How To Transform Your Struggles Into Your Strength With Cherlyn Decker

Cherlyn Decker is Dr. Brad Miller’s guest on Episode 186 of “The Beyond Adversity Podcast.”

Cherlyn Decker is a best-selling author, motivational speaker, and life coach. Her signature process has helped hundreds of people hear, experience, and lead from the Voice of clarity for the past 15 years, allowing them to fulfill their purpose with bold confidence.

She is the bestselling author of Roar Back: Transforming Struggle into Strength, which debuted at number one on Amazon in eight categories. Cherlyn tells the story of her layoff in this book and, from her experience, teaches us how not just to survive our trials but to use them, learn from them, and be empowered to help others.

Her world was turned upside down when she received a phone call from one of the people in the corporate office. She had just been informed that she was being let go from her job. Hearing this, she felt befuddled because she had been doing the same routine for a corporate company for many years, and then this habit was abruptly altered. She is left wondering, “Now what?” 

She was living in Washington, DC at the time, where you needed two sources of income to afford the living conditions. Cherlyn then entrusted everything to God’s will because she had always heard that God provides and will never abandon them, and as a result, she was doing the work that God had initially been intended for her to do.

Cherlyn sat down with her bible, meditated, and had a deeper conversation with God, putting all of her faith work into it. She asked him to redefine who she indeed was because she had known who she was her entire life – or at least as a corporate employee. She had to accept that she couldn’t do it all on her own.

She felt like having all these connections when working in the corporate world, and she could easily land a job. But to her surprise, Cherlyn finds herself being dragged into a different direction – all of the money, power, and influence felt like it didn’t matter as she knew God wanted her for another purpose. 

In this episode, Cherlyn shared how a calling from God transformed her life for the better by merely trusting in His promises and working towards her faith; Doing God’s work that she was called for.

Episode 186 of The Beyond Adversity Podcast is a must-listen for any spiritually-minded Christians who struggle to know their calling, who they are, and find the purpose that God has placed them on this planet. It’s a reminder for all of us that through faith with work, transformation into someone better is possible if we have faith and keep the word of God and make Him a center of our lives even during these times of crisis. 

“The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller is published weekly with the mission of helping people “Grow Through What They Go Through” as they navigate adversity and discover their promised life of peace, prosperity, and purpose. 

Websites: https://www.cherlyndecker.com/ | https://www.amazon.com/Cherlyn-Decker/e/B09NL7P647/ref=dp_byline_cont_pop_ebooks_

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/decker0528 

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